Perfecting your work
When you’ve written something yourself, it’s hard to stand back and be objective about whether and how it can be improved. Yet that’s what can make the difference between good content and excellent content. It can also allow you to repurpose content for multiple uses.
With more and more work done on screen, typos and errors are harder and harder to spot, especially if you’ve already spent hours staring at what you’ve written. You read what you think is there, not what actually is. If English isn’t your first language, nuance, style and perfect grammar can also be a challenge.
A fresh pair of eyes and a second opinion can make all the difference.
IN PURSUIT OF PERFECTION
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My edit & proofreading process
I provide a fresh pair of eyes to double check and or improve your work. But better still, if I understand you and your business, I won’t just check for errors. I’ll check that it’s in the right voice and style, that it’s easy to read and that it’s working well with your other material. You’ll find that particularly helpful if you’ve got more than one person writing your content.
Email me the first 250 words (or less) of what you’ve written now and I’ll let you know its “readability” and point out any obvious errors or ways to improve it.
With Lucy I know that she will deliver when she says she will, that she will always ask to confirm anything that becomes unclear as she works on my words and that the words she delivers will always reflect my business and what I have asked for.
Above all this, Lucy is able to inject fun and energy into any project she has. Her enthusiasm for finding out about new subjects and fully understanding what you require is endless. I always enjoy working with Lucy and the words she delivers always meet expectations.”